The overhanging part of a vessel's stern. The term is often used in relation to passenger vessels.
an overhang consisting of the fan-shaped part of the deck extending aft of the sternpost of a ship
The overhanging stern section of ships with round or elliptical after endings to uppermost decks and which extend well abaft the after perpendicular. Also called counter.
The overhanging stern of the ship (shaped like a duck's bill)
main deck section in the after part of a flush-deck ship.
Back of the ship on the main deck. Smoke screen generators, 600 pound depth charges, and three 20MM guns are located on the BUSH fantail.
rounded or elliptical after deck which extends well aft of the after perpendicular, and overhangs the propeller and rudder
The rear overhang of a ship.
The main deck of a ship at the stern
The rear overhang of the ship
The stern overhang in vessels which have round or elliptical after endings to uppermost decks and which extend well abaft the after perpendicular.
After end of the main deck.
after part of main deck from which most scientific work involving heavy gear is done